This appears to be a serene little slice of hand knitting life. But just a few inches over sits the truth.
After my last post about downloading books onto my ipad, I sat down on my couch to knit amid all of my knitting "gear" and realized this was all about to be a thing of the past.
Probably. It's not like I'm some brilliant, eccentric scientist discovering cures in the lab that doubles as a home. It's just sweaters and stuff. So I'm beginning to store my patterns on my ipad, along with all of my modifications under one bookmark named for that pattern. I'm using GoodReader to annotate any pdf's or Werdsmith to write up pattern ideas of my own, and I've got a drawing app for any sketches I need to make as visual cues. In case I run into problems, I have a tab with Ravelry ready and waiting on my browser.
There will be more togetherness and harmony in the living room now. That is, as long as I don't connect my ipad to the tv and make them watch interviews or how-tos with knitwear designers that I downloaded.